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An airplane is a heavier-than-air craft whose lift is generated by airflow over the wings creating a strong pressure difference. In video games, airplanes are used for travel and as a type of weaponry.
Long special made dagger for use on the end of assault weapons or rifles in case of shift from ranged combat to CQC.
A furniture that provides a place to sleep. In video games, often used to regain health, skip time and *ahem* other activities...
A mode of transportation in the sky often associated with steampunk.
The bread and butter of any self respecting archer, the bow is a stereotypical ranged weapon of olden times and fantasy settings.
An outdoor fire usually lit in a fire ring, to provide warmth or heat for cooking.
A handy weapon used effectively against the undead. Old double barrel never fails.
Invented by Alfred Nobel in 1866, dynamite has exploded onto the video game scene with devastating effect.
An explosive is any weapon or device designed to cause an explosion, whether it be a frag grenade, TNT, or a nuclear bomb.
Divider that seperates land or structures from one another
Protects against deadly gas and other pollutants.
Standard German infantry rifle later replaced with the Karabiner 98k.
A grenade is an explosive device traditionally thrown by hand, but may also be propelled by a rifle or launcher.
Considered one of the most frequent and controversial implements of destruction in video games and real life, guns are devices that fire projectiles with explosive force.
The "Short Magazine Lee-Enfield," or simply the Lee-Enfield rifle was the British Army's standard rifle from its official adoption in 1895 until 1957. It will often be the primary armament of British and Commonwealth soldiers in WWII themed games.
Hand held projectile weapon, originally chambered in .45 ACP, from the mind of John Moses Browning.
Machine guns, generally, are heavier weapons with a rapid rate of fire. To quote the Quake manual, they "eat ammo like popcorn."
Mechs (or Mecha) are humanoid-like pilot driven vehicles often depicted in media as a combat machine. Early examples of Mech/Mecha in video games are often derived from early manga and anime as well as table-top games.
More portable version of the MG08 (a copy-cat of the Maxim Gun), developed by the Germans to achieve more mobile automatic fire in WW1.
The standard hand grenade of the German Army from the end of World War I until the end of World War II.
Considered to be one of the first practical Submachine guns. Used in WW1.
The Luger P1908 was an early semi-automatic pistol employed by the German Empire and later by Nazi Germany during both World Wars.
A pistol is a very basic hand-held side arm, usually used in case of low ammo or tricky situations. They have appeared in many types of games.
The Plasma Rifle uses plasma technology firing directed energy bolts instead of projectile ammunition.
A Pump-Action shotgun is a variant of the general shotgun design, that has a pump, which must be moved between shots. It is normally towards the front of the weapon, below the barrel, and should not be confused with a lever action shotgun.
The most common device for playing recorded sound from the 1870s through the 1980s.
Any firearm meant to be held with two hands, a rifle is a video game object that appears in many combat related video games.
The most powerful weapon at short range. Effective against Zombies, Nazis, Demons, etc. Videogame shotguns tend to have exaggerated inaccuracy at long range- real life shotguns are still fairly accurate over a decent distance, while videogame shotguns rarely go more than fifteen feet before becoming completely ineffective.
A shovel is an item used to dig and move soil, snow, and other surface elements and is used in many simulation games. It can also be used as a weapon in certain games, such as Team Fortress 2 and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
Weapon that fires sharpened wooden stakes. Seen in the Painkiller series.
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